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#421 General Clerk10.02.2012.1

Graham Capital Management, LP.

#421 General Clerk10.02.2012.1

Norwalk, CT
Paid
  • Responsibilities

    Objective: Research and develop ways to improve GCM’s current trading systems and create new systematic trading signals to complement and diversify the firm’s main strategies. Maximize performance and competitiveness by utilizing advanced methods in quantitative analysis, risk management and portfolio optimization.

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Research and develop methods to make existing trading signals more efficient, profitable and robust.
    • Research and develop new trading signals that complement and diversify production strategies in terms of style, source of alpha and markets traded.
    • Research and develop portfolio construction and optimization methods to maximize performance while controlling risk, drawdowns and trading cost. Enhance the scalability and flexibility of portfolios to accommodate bespoke investment needs of clients.
    • Follow robust research and development procedures to reduce differences between simulated and actual performance.
    • Work collaboratively in a research team environment, using common development tools to facilitate robust implementation of research as well as production versions of trading systems.
    • Interact with other departments – technology, operations, trading, marketing, and accounting - to ensure current and proposed ideas are implemented, monitored and executed efficiently and accurately.
    • Regularly present findings and ideas to management and investment committee.
    • Complete other projects as requested by senior management.

    Required Skills Required Experience

    PhD or MS degree in a quantitative field with 5+ years related experience. Background in the asset management industry with extensive knowledge in mid-to-low frequency systematic strategies. Advanced programming experience in languages suited for quantitative design.

  • Qualifications
    1. Fluency in English is preferred, Bi-lingual is a plus.
    2. Know how to read and interpret technical manuals and instructions, and electrical prints and schematics.
    3. Knowledge of National Electric Code, MSHA regulations.
    4. Knowledge of basic electricity and theory.
    5. Must drive a company vehicle and maintain a valid driving record (MVR) and in good standings